She Shed Pottery Art

Art has been a part of my life since I was a young child. Countless hours were spent watching my mom, an avid oil painter, get lost in her paintings. Over the years, I dabbled in painting, drawing and many other art forms. In 2020 I took an introductory pottery class and found my artistic home! My husband converted a storage shed in our 1850 farmhouse into an artist studio and She Shed Pottery Art was born!

I love to create functional, yet decorative, pottery such as bowls, mugs, vases, small animals and my trademark pears. Many pieces have multiple uses. Milk bottle vases can hold flowers, oils or be corked to make soap dispensers. Petite pears and acorns make excellent ornaments, pendants or trinkets.
The beautiful New England coastline provides much inspiration for my wheel-thrown and hand-built work. Blues, grays and whites dominant my color palette. I use stoneware clay which is fired in a high-fire, reduction kiln producing organic, earth-toned finishes that are oven, dishwasher, freezer and microwave-safe.

Pottery is personal. Ceramic pieces may look similar in form and function, but each item is a piece of art. I hope your new “piece of art” brightens your room while sitting on a shelf, feels good in the hand while drinking a great cup of coffee or holds a hot bowl of savory homemade chowda’.




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